Wendy Williams Seen Without Wig As She Reunites w/ Blac Chyna In Emotional New Look At Documentary

Wendy Williams, Blac Chyna

Wendy Williams Seen Without Wig As She Reunites w/ Blac Chyna In Emotional New Look At Documentary

Wendy Williams is giving fans a raw look at her life outside of the spotlight.

In a new look at her emotional Lifetime documentary, Where Is Wendy Williams?, the former daytime talk show host is seen without her wig as she has a reunion with Blac Chyna

In the clip, Blac Chyna, born Angela White, visits Wendy Williamin her New York apartment and tells her,

“That’s why I love you so much, because even when I was going through my darkest times you never used that against me. That’s how you know that the love is genuine and it’s always going to be there. And I’m going to always be here for you, straight up.”

Wendy Williams, 59, quips to her friend,

“My real name is Wendy Hunter. Yup. And I’m divorced. He’s got no money.”

Her phrase seems to alarm Blac Chyna, 35, who tells her, “I love you,” to which Williams, who’s noticeably draped in a Gucci coat, cheekily responds, “So do I.”

Their bond began when Blac Chyna was often a topic of conversation on Williams’ popular talk show. At the time, the model nd reality star was publicly battling with the Kar-Jenner family. Blac Chyna praised thanked Williams for not judging her and giving her a space to share her story.

The new look at the documentary comes amid news that Williams has been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia.

A press release from her care team shared with PR Newswire states,

“Over the past few years, questions have been raised at times about Wendy’s ability to process information and many have speculated about Wendy’s condition, particularly when she began to lose words, act erratically at times, and have difficulty understanding financial transactions.

In 2023, after undergoing a battery of medical tests, Wendy was officially diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Aphasia, a condition affecting language and communication abilities, and frontotemporal dementia, a progressive disorder impacting behavior and cognitive functions, have already presented significant hurdles in Wendy’s life.”

It adds,

“The decision to share this news was difficult and made after careful consideration, not only to advocate for understanding and compassion for Wendy, but to raise awareness about aphasia and frontotemporal dementia and support the thousands of others facing similar circumstances.”

It ends by clarifying,

Wendy is still able to do many things for herself. Most importantly she maintains her trademark sense of humor and is receiving the care she requires to make sure she is protected and that her needs are addressed. She is appreciative of the many kind thoughts and good wishes being sent her way.”

The two-part documentary is set to air on Saturday (Feb. 24) and Sunday (Feb. 25). It will give a detailed look at her struggle with health, drugs, and money.


Authored by: Char